Barry Stahl

Principle Engineer at CopperByte, Inc.

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Design Patterns for Loosely Coupled Applications
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Topics:
patterns, solid, principles, coupling
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General

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Building loosely coupled applications is critical to creating solutions that are testable, maintainable and extensible. In this session we will explore several such design patterns by using them to convert a legacy application into a maintainable and extensible solution that can be tested.

Building loosely coupled applications is critical to creating solutions that follow good object oriented development principles. These principles help make sure our applications are testable, maintainable and extensible. In this session we will explore several design patterns that are key to building applications that maintain loose coupling. We start by reviewing a tightly coupled application. Then, we explore several critical design patterns by using them to convert the application into a maintainable and extensible solution that can be validated using unit tests.

 This presentation is a practical review of key design patterns in that it focuses on those patterns that can, and often should, be used to keep applications loosely coupled and thus maintainable and extensible. We not only explore the patterns, but see them in practice by using them to transform a tightly-coupled app.


About

Barry is a Software Engineer who has been creating business solutions for enterprise customers for more than 30 years. Barry is also an Election Integrity Activist, baseball and hockey fan, husband of one genius and father of another, and a 30 year resident of Phoenix Arizona. When Barry is not traveling around the world to speak at Conferences, Code Camps and User Groups or to participate in GiveCamp events, he spends his days as an Architect and Developer for enterprise customers and his nights thinking about the next AZGiveCamp (http://azgivecamp.org), an annual event where software developers come together to build websites and apps for some great non-profit organizations.

You can follow Barry on Twitter http://twitter.com/bsstahl or read his blog, Cognitive Inheritance, at http://www.cognitiveinheritance.com.

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